Whether you're a distinguished and refined gourmet foodie or more like me with just a few bits of food snobbery, fast food is on an entirely different level. It's a much lower one, but still part of the American dietary fabric and landscape.

I've met very few people who say they never feel fast food cravings, from burgers to pizza.  I mean, we love the convenient, relatively quick, easy-to-order familiarity of them.

So let's do this.  According to Cash Net USA, these are New England's most and least beloved fast food restaurants when it comes to burgers, chicken, Mexican, and pizza.

New Hampshire

Granite Stater's voted Dominoes and their favorite and least favorite when it comes to pizza spots.  Meanwhile, Five Guys, Chick-fil-a, and Chipotle round out the favs with Burger King, KFC, and Taco Bell in the bottom.

Maine

You gotta love Mainers who have a love-hate relationship with Dominoes and Chipotle.  They voted both these places as their favorite and least favorite spots for pizza and Mexican.  Meanwhile, Five Guys  Chick-fil-a are their go-to establishments for burgers and chicken, while their least favorite in those two categories are McDonalds and Popeyes.

Massachusetts

Bay Stater's favorites in these fast food categories are Five Guys, Chick-fil-a, Qdoba, and Chuck E. Cheese, with their least favorites being McDonalds, Wingstop, Chipotle, and Dominoes.

Vermont

While the Green Mountain state didn't even have a rank for fast food chicken chains, they, too, have a love-hate for Dominoes.  Meanwhile, residents' favorites are Five Guys and Moe's Southwestern Grill, while they'll pass on Burger King and Taco Bell.

Rhode Island

Five Guys, Chick-fil-a, and Dominoes are the Ocean State's favorite fast food chains, while they're not keen on McDonalds, Popeyes, and Little Caesars.  As for Mexican, Chipotle was their favorite and least favorite.

Connecticut

Nutmegger's are all about Five Guys, Chick-fil-a, Moe's Southwestern Grill, and Little Caesars.  They'll pass on Burger King, Popeyes, Chipotle, and Papa Johns.

Click here if you want to see how the rest the of country compares, or scroll on to see the most popular chain restaurants in the country.

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